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Page 127 - ... ther be reward of good, nor punishment of evil." SECT. XIII. Of Providence. NOW providence (which the Greeks call pronoia) is an intellectual knowledge, both foreseeing, caring for, and ordering all things, and doth not only behold all past, all present, and all to come, but is the cause of their so being, which prescience (simply taken) is not: and therefore providence by the philosophers, saith St.
Page 127 - Is there any one afraid to go to fight for freedom, let him remember, that God sees with equal eye, as Lord of all, A hero perish, or a sparrow fall...
Page 127 - ... SHAKSPEARE. It is not so with Him that all things knows As 'tis with us, that square our guess by shows : But most it is presumptuous in us, when The help of heav'n we count the act of men. SHAKSPEARE. He that doth the ravens feed, Yea, providently caters for the sparrow, Be comfort to my age. SHAKSPEARE. Eternal providence exceeding thought, Where none appears, can make herself a way.
Page 16 - Greenwich, Minister & sonne of Richard Colfe late Doctor of Divinitie & Prebendary of Christ Church in Canterbury, being above seaventie six yeares old — (Dat. 17 Sept. 1656.) — To be bur'!
Page 31 - OBADIAH SEDGEWICKE— minister of the Gospell in Covent garden Parish — (Dat. 17 Mch. 1654) — Eldest son Obadiah — Lands in Ashmansworth — To son Obadiah 'the peice of guilt plate with the couer which the King and Queene of Bohemiah gave vnto me
Page 90 - Abm. Leachwood, Simon Sanney x, Rich. With x , Thomas Tomlinson fecit. (Pr. 5 Feb. 1657-8. PA p. 78). 584. EDWARD NEALE of S
Page 31 - Lisle— Codicil dat. 7 Nov. 1655. None of my notes or sermons to be printed &c — Wit' : — Sarah Bury, Edward Fribens— (Pr.